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Four Kinds, The: the lulav, etrog, hadassim and aravot over which a blessing is recited on each of the days of Sukkot
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Four types of vegetation are "taken" every day of the holiday of Sukkot. They are: lulav (palm frond), etrog (citron), hadasim (myrtles), and aravot (willows)
Become a knowledgeable Four Kinds consumer!
For the adventuresome folks who wish to venture into the uncharted waters of the Four Kinds market, here are some basic guidelines and tips that, when followed, will allow you to be a relatively knowledgeable consumer.
Through the lulav, we draw down supernal consciousness
Through the lulav, we draw down supernal consciousness
Learn about this special mitzvah, which is performed every day of Sukkot (besides Shabbat).
How the “Four Kinds” we are commanded to take on Sukkot naturally add up to one. This class reveals the deepest meaning and motifs to the mitzvah!
Study the daily lesson of Sefer HaMitzvos for day 58 with Rabbi Mendel Kaplan, where he teaches the mitzvah in-depth with added insight and detail.
The Mitzvah of the Four Kinds
A closer look at the mitzvah of taking the Four Kinds on Sukkot, and what they each represent.
At the suggestion of my Chabad rabbi, I decided that I want to have my own lulav and etrog set for the holiday of Sukkot, so that my entire family can take part in the observance. When the holiday is over, should I just throw it in the garbage?
In order to beautify the mitzvah, we fasten together the lulav, hadassim and aravot (palm frond, myrtle branches and willow branches). Here's how it's done . . .
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